Episode of Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch called "Morphology", a response to hearing the 1950s mambo recordings of Perez Prado for the first time. Born in Cuba in 1916, Prado was leading a band when he relocated to Mexico in 1949 to tour the States and promote his chart hits during the mambo craze of the early 50s. The rhythmic clarity and force of Prado's music invokes an immediate bodily response - like flamenco, the mambo recirculates ancestral ritual - so Lunch casts his own spells: manipulated mouth poetry and his son Mordecai (8) performing the witches' chorus from Macbeth. The atomic interpenetration of substances is cited from Lucretius's De Rerum Naturae as an open studio window lets in the sound of an aeroplane ... and the Zappologist realises that Nanook's "vigorous circular rhythm" is a Lucretian/Viconian ricorso. There's also the Soho Parish School Rock Band (Mordecai on "School's Out" and Iris on "Johnny B. Goode"), the TNT Band ("Mr. Slick"), El Chicano ("Viva la Raza"), the Hollywood Persuaders ("Tijuana Surf"), Rico Rodriguez ("Lumumba Dub") and Clement C and his Blues Blasters ("Pine Juice"). The graphic poem is "Bark-Heavy Illuminate".